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Top Website & App Development Company - Webgen Technologies

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Powerful and process based applications for all types of industries and businesses. Custom apps and websites that serve the travel industry. Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, Social Media Optimization, Online Reputation Management and building targeted campaigns. Chatbots like Facebook Messenger, Slack Bot as well as Gambling bot and other kinds to help you with task automation.


Top Website & App Development Company - Webgen Technologies

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Powerful and process based applications for all types of industries and businesses. Custom apps and websites that serve the travel industry. Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, Social Media Optimization, Online Reputation Management and building targeted campaigns. Chatbots like Facebook Messenger, Slack Bot as well as Gambling bot and other kinds to help you with task automation.


TTH - Tech update on Mobiles, AI, Laptops, Gadgets, Robotics, UAV & More

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Have you ever wondered how to pronounce a particularly challenging word? Google announced that it will launch a tool in mobile search that allows you to practice pronunciations without leaving the results page. Coinciding with its debut, the tech giant this morning added images to its search dictionary and translation features aimed at helping to better communicate the meaning of the words. The pronunciation module, which is released today in American English, and Spanish will soon follow, allows you to practice saying specific words to your phone's microphone. You will receive comments on what you can adjust in your pronunciation, in any case.


Intel's AI brains will give future laptops a new speed boost

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Intel's Nervana NNP-I chips are designed to be crammed into data centers for AI tasks like translating text or analyzing photos. It may not be obvious, but you're almost certainly using AI every day. Artificial intelligence-boosting hardware in your phone enables voice recognition and spots your friends in photos. In the cloud, it delivers search results and weeds out spam email. Next up for dedicated AI hardware will be your laptop, Intel expects.


Recovery From November 2019 Google Update - Search Engine Journal

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You know how Google says you can't "fix" your way back to position one? That seems unhelpful but it's actually useful. It helps one understand what not to waste time on. In my opinion, based on my experience, once you know what not to focus on, it will help you understand more productive areas to focus on. According to Google, fixing things won't help you recover.


Google Secretly Tests Medical Records Search Tool On Nation's Largest Nonprofit Health System, Documents Show

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David Feinberg, Google's Vice President of Healthcare, recently described "a search bar on top of ... [ ] your [electronic health records] that needs no training," on stage at a conference in Las Vegas. Google is testing a service that would use its search and artificial intelligence technology to analyze patient records for Ascension, the largest nonprofit health system in the U.S., according to documents about the efforts reviewed by Forbes. Called "'Nightingale," the Google-Ascension project indicates that Google's push into health analysis is farther along than previously believed, even as the company has faced a growing backlash over health-related privacy concerns. Ascension said in a statement that all its work with Google complies with privacy law and is "underpinned by a robust data security and protection effort, which Google echoed in its own blog post later Monday, including that "patient data cannot and will not be combined with any Google consumer data. " The Wall Street Journal first published details of the Ascension partnership earlier on Monday.


History as a giant data set: how analysing the past could help save the future

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In its first issue of 2010, the scientific journal Nature looked forward to a dazzling decade of progress. By 2020, experimental devices connected to the internet would deduce our search queries by directly monitoring our brain signals. Crops would exist that doubled their biomass in three hours. Humanity would be well on the way to ending its dependency on fossil fuels. It warned that all these advances could be derailed by mounting political instability, which was due to peak in the US and western Europe around 2020. Human societies go through predictable periods of growth, the letter explained, during which the population increases and prosperity rises. Then come equally predictable periods of decline. In recent decades, the letter went on, a number of worrying social indicators – such as wealth inequality and public debt – had started to climb in western nations, indicating that these societies were approaching a period of upheaval. The letter-writer would go on to predict that the turmoil in the US in 2020 would be less severe than the American civil war, but worse than the violence of the late 1960s and early 70s, when the murder rate spiked, civil rights and anti-Vietnam war protests intensified and domestic terrorists carried out thousands of bombings across the country. The author of this stark warning was not a historian, but a biologist.


How to Teach Kids About AI

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Ms. Payne, who does not have a background in education, developed the course of study with input from computer science teachers and researchers at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her "unplugged" curriculum mainly uses pen, paper and craft supplies so that teachers can adapt it for their classrooms, regardless of budget or technological know-how. Each 45-minute lesson typically includes a short lecture and demonstration, followed by a group activity and open-ended discussion. In one exercise, for example, students wrote an algorithm to build a better peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Ms. Payne plans to do a second run at several summer workshops in the Boston area, where children will get about four hours of AI education daily.


The Top 13 SEO Trends Gaining Popularity In 2019

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As 2019 kicks into gear, it's time to consider what will change in the digital marketing ecosystem this year and how it will affect you. Given that the digital marketing domain is constantly getting revamped with social media, SEO, content marketing, and PPC as the major players – it's hard to keep up with all of the changes. So, if you are anxious to know what is in store for you with SEO in 2019, here are 13 trends to be aware of. First in the list of interesting SEO trends that will emerge in 2019 is linked to the path-breaking concept called Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI is expected to revolutionize the way in which internet users conduct online research using keywords.


The role of machine learning in perfecting fraud management strategies

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Now that we've entered the largest retain season of the year, it is the perfect time to turn attention to cyber security defenses and fraud protection. Alarmingly, 96% of all ecommerce businesses have reported some form of fraud attack at their organization, with account takeover landing in the top three, according to Merchant Risk Council's 2019 Global Fraud Survey Results. Retailers need to prioritize proactive fraud management more than ever as the threat of fraudulent online activity continues to rise, especially as more consumers store payment, billing and shipping information with retailers directly. In order to catch fraudsters quickly and efficiently, retailers must consider the use of technology and machine learning – where it works, where it doesn't and where it's costing retailers. From new automated technologies to manual review processes, ensuring that these methods apply across all channels is vital, here's what retailers need to know in order to stay ahead of the fraud game.